International symposium on human-animal relationship in the north / [edited by the Committee for the Symposium on the Peoples and Cultures of the North ; chairman : Hiroaki Okada].
By: Okada, Hiroaki
Contributor(s): Committee for the Symposium on the Peoples and Cultures in the North | Peoples and Cultures in the North. Symposium (2: 1988: Abashiri)Language: Japanese Publisher: Abashiri City : City of Abashiri, 1989.Description: 129p. : ill., diagrs., drawings, maps ; 30cm.
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Papers presented at a Symposium on the Peoples and Cultures in the North, February 1988, Abashiri City.
Includes bibl. references.
Contents: The significance of animals in the life of northern foraging peoples / Milton M.R. Freeman; The development of sea mammal hunting among the prehistoric North Pacific cultures / William Workman; Use of animals at the Hot Springs village site / Atsuko Okada; Animals in the Gilyak cosmology / Shinichiro Kroda; Animals in the Northwest Coast Indian mythology / Machiya Mashiko; Subsistence strategy and resource stability for Alaskan whaling communities of the north Bering Sea and Chukchi coast / Sam W. Stoker; Sea mammal hunting on the Okhotsk sea coast / Toyohiro Nishimoto; Kivalina (Alaska) subsistence use patterns / Stephen R. Braund; Hunting and fishing by the prehistoric Okhotsk people / Noriyuki Ohtaishi; Cultural significance of whaling in a whaling community in Abashiri / Masami Iwasaki.
Papers in Japanese or English